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F1 Digest - Prelude to the Brazilian Grand Prix

Previewing the final race of the year at the party-tastic Interlagos

Sidepodcast: F1 Digest - Prelude to the Brazilian Grand Prix

by Christine

The 2013 Formula One season draws to a close this weekend and hopefully, it will go out in style. Interlagos knows how to host a season-closing race, and the Brazilian fans know how to raise the atmosphere to a whole new level. With forecasts showing rain for most, if not all, of the weekend, there's an additional component that has been missing for a lot of the year.

F1 Digest - Prelude to the Japanese Grand Prix

The famous figure of eight Suzuka track will roar to the sound of F1 engines

Sidepodcast: F1 Digest - Prelude to the Japanese Grand Prix

by Christine

Formula One heads to the difficult and demanding Suzuka circuit, where we could see the 2013 champion crowned. Ferrari don't intend to make things easy for Red Bull, so hopefully we will have a good fight on our hands whatever happens. This F1 Digest preview show rounds up all the useful information for the upcoming race weekend, including what the weather forecasts suggest, which tyres will be in action, and who is looking forward to racing in Japan.

F1 Digest - Prelude to the Korean Grand Prix

Formula One heads to the coast at Mokpo

Sidepodcast: F1 Digest - Prelude to the Korean Grand Prix

by Christine

The F1 circus moves on to the first of a back-to-back double header, with the Korean International Circuit playing host to our eleven teams. The track has faced plenty of criticism in the past, and the 2013 season has gone off the boil just a little, so this weekend has a lot to do to keep things entertaining. F1 can always offer up a surprise though, and there are still elements of the championship to look forward to.

F1 Digest - Prelude to the Singapore Grand Prix

The excitement and glamour of night racing at the Marina

Sidepodcast: F1 Digest - Prelude to the Singapore Grand Prix

by Christine

Formula One returns to Asia, with everything that a night race brings with it. Drivers are faced with living at a different timezone to the location they are in, and focusing their concentration to race when they might otherwise be contemplating bed. The Marina Bay track offers up a twisting lap that makes for a long, long race, and we could be on for a two hour marathon on Sunday.